Scattering of light by bispheres with touching and separated components.

  title={Scattering of light by bispheres with touching and separated components.},
  author={Michael I. Mishchenko and Daniel W. Mackowski and Larry D. Travis},
  journal={Applied optics},
  volume={34 21},
We use the T-matrix method as described by Mishchenko and Mackowski [Opt. Lett. 19, 1604 (1994)] to compute light scattering by bispheres in fixed and random orientations extensively. For all our computations the index of refraction is fixed at a value 1.5 + 0.005i, which is close to the refractive index of mineral tropospheric aerosols and was used in previous extensive studies of light scattering by spheroids and Chebyshev particles. For monodisperse bispheres with touching components in a… CONTINUE READING

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